By Eric Xu   Stacked Phase-gradient map (Sentinel-1 track 71 azimuth gradient)
   Image provided by Xiaohua (Eric) XuScripps Institute of Oceanography


Geodesy is a branch of geophysics that studies the geometrical, structural, and gravitational properties of the Earth, their time evolution, and the dynamic interactions of the solid Earth with other physical components of the Earth system (atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, and the core), at a wide range of temporal and spatial scales. Geodesists also study the corresponding topics for other planets in the solar system.

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   Stacked unwrapped line-of-sight deformation map (Sentinel-1 track 71).
   Image provided by Xiaohua (Eric) Xu, Scripps Institute of Oceanography 


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